There Is No Breeze (To Cool the Flame of Love) and This Time. Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra. Stuart Foster - vocals. Released in 1946. Transferred from the original RCA Victor 10" 78, 20-1985 A & B. Transfer by Bob Varney. Topics: Dorsey, Foster, Breeze, Time, RCA Victor
Hary Janos: Suite by Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967) performed by Eugene Ormandy (1899-1985) conducting the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Recorded January 17, 1934. A couple of firsts here: the first recording of this work in the U.S. and the first multi-record set issued with Ormandy as conductor. This was a hectic period of recording by Ormandy and the MSO as they laid down over 100 recordings for RCA in the mid 30's. Transferred from the original RCA Victor 78 set: DM 197. Transfer by Bob... Topics: Kodlay, Janos, Ormandy, Minneapolis, RCA Victor, 78*
Guitar Concerto, Op. 67 by Sir Malcolm Arnold. Julian Bream, guitar with the Melos Ensemble. Recorded in 1961. Transferred from the RCA Victor Red Seal LP LSC-2085. Transfer by Bob Varney. Topics: Guitar, Concerto, Bream. Melos, Arnold, RCA Victor
A 1954(?) commercial for the RCA Victor "Super Personal" portable radio. It compares its "small" size with those of a "portable" of 29 years earlier. Topics: Classic TV Commercial, 1953, RCA Victor, Portable radio, Advertising, Retro
byComposer: J. Massanet; Performer: Boston "Pops" Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler
Recorded in 1945, this is a 3-record set containing all 7 of the ballet selections. This is Boston Pops in its glory, and the peak of 78 RPM recording technology. Unfortunately, my copies are sort of worn, but still are clear. It is not too easy to find this - there is a copy at Amazon for 29.95. Topics: Massanet, Le Cid, Ballet Suite, Boston "Pops", RCA Victor, 1945
Really two commercials in one: A commercial for RCA Victor "Personal TV", an early portable. Contains mild sexism. TV set's were quite expensive in those days. The other commercial promotes RCA Victor's range of radios. Topics: Classic TV Commercial, Television, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, RCA, RCA Victor, Personal Portable
A 1959 commercial for the RCA Victor "portable" TV sets. They didn't run on batteries...rather, they could be taken from one room to another, hence they were "portable". ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV Commercial, RCA Victor, 1959, 1950s, TV set, television
Title: Contigo en la distancia / Aunque tú no quierasArtist: Andy Russell y Orquesta Mario Ruiz ArmengolAlbum: RCA Victor 70-9324-Year: 50's?Notes: Topics: Andy Russell, rca victor, 78 rpm, 50s, jazz, latin, bolero
Title: Los Norteños / Cuando Canta La LluviaArtist: Pérez Prado y Orquesta con Hermanas MontoyaAlbum: RCA Victor #70-9428Year: Circa 1951Notes: Very rare recording, maybe a demo. Topics: Rare Recording, 78 rpm, rca victor, mambo, perez prado, hermanas montoya, latin
Description: The Oakland Public Schools had a hearty music program with active choirs, youth orchestras, and bands during most of the 20th century. These groups performed locally, statewide, nationally and internationally. Side 1 Track 1: Jesu, Priceless Treasure. Track 2: Unto the Lord Side 2 Track 1: Early Spring Track 2: Joshua. Rights: Rights are owned by Oakland Park Department. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work online. Transmission... Topics: californialightandsound, Castlemont High School Choir, RCA Victor, Oakland Unified School District Source: 1 Disc of 1: LP Record
A 1959 commercial for the Harry Belafonte & Lena Horne LP record "Porgy and Bess" released on RCA Victor, though neither of them appear in the commercial. Unfortunately there is a time-code on the commercial, but as 1950s commercials for LP records are kinda rare, I feel I should upload it anyway. See the program I took it from here. Please note that, while the commercial itself is public domain, it contains copyrighted music, and as such cannot be used in other videos. I don't... Topics: Classic TV Commercial, 1959, 1950s, RCA Victor, Advertising, RCA, Vinyl record, Porgy and Bess
A 1959 commercial for a RCA Victor transistor radios. Adjust their cost and see how expensive they were. (please forgive the time-code, which I am unable to remove) Topics: Classic TV Commercial, 1959, Transistor radio, RCA Victor, RCA, Radio, Radios, Advertising
Description: Side 1: Track 1: Crucifixus; Track 2: Heavenly Light. Side 2: Track 1: Come Blessed Rest; Track 2: Madam Jeannette. Rights: Rights are owned by Oakland Unified School District. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work online. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the Copyright Holder. In addition, the reproduction of some materials may be... Topics: californialightandsound, Technical High School A Cappella Choir, RCA Victor, Oakland Unified School... Source: 1 Disc of 1: Lacquer discs/acetates
An episode of "The Dennis Day Show", a 1950s sitcom starring the popular singer. He sings (or rather lip-syncs) a song in this episode. This was a fortnightly show, with this episode containing the original commercials for RCA Victor. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, The Dennis Day Show, Sitcom, Early television, Comedy, RCA Victor,...
A 1954 commercial for the "big screen" RCA "Master 21" TV set, with a 21-inch screen....for $199.95, which was a lot of money in those days. Topics: Classic TV Commercial, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, RCA, RCA Victor, Advertising, Advertisement, Television...